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News > Saturday, June-15-2013

Article on Brusally Sporthorses in Arabian Sport Horse Magazine

Recently, I was asked by Peggy Ingles, editor of Arabian Sport Horse Magazine, to contribute an article about the influence of Ed Tweed's breeding program on modern Arabian sport horses. I was delighted to do so, because the Brusally breeding program produced horses for sport decades before an Arabian Nationals show devoted to sport horses came into existence. For example, Brusally Orzetyn (*Orzel x *Gontyna) was named 1980 U.S. National Champion Third Level in dressage. This was at time when dressage classes were not offered at the national level in Arabian competition. (His title was awarded based on his test scores at local shows.) Many Brusally horses have excelled at the National level in dressage and jumping, and there are even a few Brusally-bred eventers out there. The article, featuring color photos of a number of these athletic equines, is in the magazine's June/July 2013 issue, and you can access it here:

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